From Mexico with Love....part one!!!

Hello Darlings, 

I am back ... and wish I wasn't!!!! I LOVE MEXICO!!! It was an unforgettable vacation that was filled with tons of fun, drunken moments , sunny days, and awesome adventures.

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Cancun was an ideal vacation destination, with incredible night life and amazing adventure. Grand Oasis is a beautiful 5 star resort, and is definitely the heart of the party!!!

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My vacation wardrobe was simple and casual. It mainly consisted of bikinis, summery dresses, my new Miss Trish of Capri Sandals ( i lived in them), high heels, flats, jeans, and tees.

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Blast off: Traveling from Canada to Mexico can be a bit difficult, since we left during a crazy snow storm so it was annoying to carry heavy winter clothes when I arrived in hot Mexico.

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I am wearing:

M. Rena Wool Sweater

Gap Long Sveele Cotton Shirt

Corpus Skinnies in Ash

Juicy Couture Flats - so comfy

Gap Leather Purse

Coach Swingback

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I wore fluffy flats and my favorite M. Rena sweater. My carry on luggage consisted of two purses, my favorite large leather hobo and a Coach swingpack. And of course, no make up - it is just really bad for your skin on the flight.NEW YEARS All I can say is nothing can compare to ringing in the new year in Cancun.... Simply WOW!!! Photobucket

 

NEW YEARS IN CANCUN MEXICO: Nothing compares to ringing in the new year in Cancun.... Photobucket

New Years eve is always a big deal to me and having an opportunity to celebrate it in Cancun meant that I had to find a perfect dress. I wore a simple yet comfortable breeze dress from French Connection. It was an an unforgettable night in Cancun city.

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I am wearing:

French Connection Dress with pockets

Michael Kors Heels

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To kick-off our New Years eve, we had an amazing dinner at a Brazilian steakhouse, and then went to The City night club with Sandra Collins DJ'ing. To cap off our night there was a party by a swimming pool in our resort.

Photobucket The New Years celebration lasted into the wee hours of the morning.... :)

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COBA - Mayan Ruins and Pyramids Photobucket

When Andrew and I were deciding on our vacation destination earlier this year, we knew that we wanted to have a cultural experience as well as a party atmosphere, therefore Mexico seemed like an ideal choice. For me, as an architectural freak seeing the ruins was probably the most exciting part of the trip ( I am a geek, I know,lol)... and although, I wish I could have seen as three sites close to Cancun (Chichen Itza, Tulum, and Coba) .... I settled for Coba.

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I am wearing:

French Connection Cotton Tee Dress

Miss Trish of Capri Sandals

Ray Ban Wayfarers

Coba is a large ruined city of the Pre-Colonial Mayan civilization and is also a location of the newly discovered Mayan ruins and pyramids. The site was opened to the public in 1972 and only 8 % of an estimate of 6,000 structures are restored.The main pyramid, Nohoch Mul is 42 meters tall ( 138 feet) and is the highest in the Yucatan Peninsula. Photobucket

Our day was filled with adventure in a Mayan village located in the jungle, where we had a Mayan ceremony with a shaman, ate Mayan food with the locals, wandered around a jungle,Zip-lined across the lake, went swimming in a meteorite crater( Cenote), as well as water canoeing through a lagoon.

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The day was definately filled with adventure and excitement that is truly unforgettable.The other half of the pictures are coming up soon :)

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To a certain degree I am glad to be back... but still  adjusting to the brutal cold weather.

Merry Christmas to those of you who celebrate it on the 7th!!!!!

With Love.... Marta

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